Kylie Jenner was mom-shamed for going to Coachella

PHOTO: Kylie Jenner Instagram
PHOTO: Kylie Jenner Instagram

It seems like the Kardashian-Jenners can’t get a break. First new mom Khloé Kardashian dealt with fan flak for giving her baby her baby daddy’s last name after he allegedly cheated, and now Kylie Jenner has been mommy-shamed for going to the Coachella music festival.

According to E! News, after the beauty mogul enjoyed a fun-filled weekend at the Coachella fest people took to social media to shame her for leaving her two-month-old baby, Stormi Webster, at home.

Kylie has been criticised for having nannies or a babysitter look after her small daughter. 

The 20-year-old first-time mom had a blast at the festival and had fans eyeing her wardrobe choices. Kylie sported pink hair as well as a body-tight one piece that showed off her post-baby voluptuous shape.

She also captioned one of her posts, “I’m not a regular mom I’m a cool mom”. 

But according to The Sun, the caption didn’t sit well with the internet. Kylie, who wanted to enjoy the festival with her sisters, was the subject of a social media storm.

The snap of herself wearing a pink wig and a cropped top during the festival along with her cool mom caption riled tweeters. Although the comment was merely a reference from Amy Poehler's Mean Girls role, some took serious offence to it.

Some tweeted, “Kylie Jenner should be everyone’s example of learning how to use protection.” While others said, “This girl really is gonna leave her baby for three days while she goes to Coachella. When she decided to have the child it’s because she chose to stop being a childish but look at her.”

But Kylie handled it like a pro, sharing adorable snaps of Stormi since back home, including an adorbs one of the tot and her sneakers 0û captioning the post, “bff”.


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